New Hope Community Development Corporation (New Hope CDC) is part of "Welcome Home, Yolo," a partnership between Yolo Housing and New Hope CDC. We are dedicated to improving housing stability while bringing opportunity for education and a better life to our residents. Yolo is a multicultural, predominantly agricultural county that takes great pride in the crops it produces, the education it provides through the University of California, Davis and through transportation hub and port activities. Yolo is a great place to live. However, our families struggle just to find housing they can afford. Their children struggle in school when housing is not something you can count on. Our seniors have a hard time finding a place to live where they can also get transportation and services. Our homeless struggle with life's daily challenges and slip further away from their communities. Every day, the staff and dedicated volunteers of "Welcome Home, Yolo," work to create and maintain affordable apartments, provide a safe place to sleep or do laundry, feed the hungry, offer after-school assistance to our children, help seniors learn to use the internet, operate empowerment clubs, provide case management and drug treatment. Our staff and volunteers are a dedicated group united in mission and quality customer care. Housing, and the stability it brings to life, is a sacred thing. Please help us meet the mission and fulfill the promise to welcome our people home.
New Hope Community Development (NHCDC) is dedicated to improving the quality of life to underserved communities through affordable housing, educational enrichment, and economic empowerment throughout the County of Yolo. Housing is provided by NHCDC and its partners in Woodland, West Sacramento, Davis, Winters, Esparto, Yolo, Knight's Landing, Dunnigan, Madison, and Dixon. By providing year-round housing and family self-sufficiency programs, New Hope CDC, and its partners have a proven track record of supporting our "invisible Americans," -- those who are hardworking, but who still struggle to maintain decent, affordable housing and enough income to help their families thrive. We believe that offering a roof over someone's head is a starting point -- but not enough.
As they say "teaching a man to fish" or offering programs, which lead a path to self-sufficiency, is a balanced approach to promoting empowerment and creating a plan for the future. Though vital, our self-sufficiency program's funding has unfortunately been drastically cut over the years, leading us to scramble to maintain programming in its basic form. With your help, we aim to revitalize funding for this very effective program, to maximize support for our struggling families. We invite all who share in the passion of our mission to become a part of our community safety-net by participating in our programs through volunteerism, services, monetary donations, or by serving as partners with us in the development and implementation of our programs.